Crystal Inventory Reports are highly detailed and where possible avoid unnecessary abbreviation, preferring transparency and clarity for all parties.
They record a property’s condition and contents, including standards of cleanliness, prior to the start of a tenancy.
Furnished or unfurnished, a non-biased ‘third party’ procedure is carried out by a trained inventory clerk.
All furniture, fixtures, fittings, contents, interiors and gardens will be inspected with comments made, as to their condition.
Additional rooms such as basements, garages, gymnasiums and pool areas can also be included by arrangement.
Digital photographs are taken to record a specific item or area.
When used in conjunction with our Check-In or Check-Out Reports, our detailed Inventory Report will safeguard a landlord’s asset and assist in avoiding potential disputes at the end of a tenancy.
Crystal Inventories founder is a lawyer and as such understands the importance of an accurate, agreed and signed inventory document.
A comprehensive inventory is also a key potential aid to contributors of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS).
This key document, being part of the legal documentation, is issued at the commencement of a let, and retained by all parties.
Agent/Landlord & Tenant will receive a copy of this report on completion of the assignment unless otherwise agreed by email.
Hard copies are available on request and will be sent by post.
All copies of documentation and digital photographs are retained by Crystal Inventories for five years.